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Hammond 166L25B - Power Transformer - Low Voltage/Filament - Economical Single Primary - 115 VAC - 50/60 Hz. - 50.4VA - 2A Secondary Amps

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Hammond 166L25B - Power Transformer - Low Voltage/Filament - Economical Single Primary - 115 VAC - 50/60 Hz. - 50.4VA - 2A Secondary Amps - 25.2 C.T. Secondary (RMS) VAC

 

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Hammond 166L25B - Power Transformer - Low Voltage/Filament - Economical Single Primary - 115 VAC - 50/60 Hz. - 50.4VA - 2A Secondary Amps

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Stock Code 166L25B
Brand Hammond
Family Power Transformers
Length (in) 4.03''
Width (in) 2.25''
Height (in) 2.63''
Power Rating (VA) 50.4VA
First Voltage 115 VAC,50/60HZ
Secondary Voltage 25.2 C.T.
Amperage Secondary Amps:2A
UPC 62398002463
Weight (lb.) 2.04 lb
UL Listed CSA,UL,ROHS
Case Quantity 1
Notes For additional options and special quantity discounts, please contact our sales department 1-(855)-296-9508 x 102 or send email to cs@bulbspro.com

Features

  • Economical single primary 115 VAC, 60 Hz. (or 117 50/60 Hz. see table) - (If you require 117/234 or 50/60 Hz. operation or dual secondaries check out our versatile 266 Series.
  • Most secondaries are center tapped (C.T.), VAC (RMS) - see table for details.
  • Open style, channel bracket, two hole chassis mount.
  • Minimum 6" long leads.
  • Dual bobbin design - no electrostatic shield required.
  • We use Class B insulation (130 degrees, C) for extra protection - UL listed as a Class A (105 degree, C) design
  • Hi-Pot test of 2,000V RMS.
  • UL listed.
  • CSA certified.

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